Teaching responsibilities include Reading, Writing, Mathematics, Science, and Multi-Disciplinary Project Work. Milton is a team-based environment where teachers design an emergent multi-disciplinary curriculum that encourages and develops foundational skills, risk taking, critical thinking skills, and a sense of inquiry. Experience with Reading Street, Math in Focus, Project-Based Learning, and Responsive Classroom preferred.
Bachelor Degree in Early/Elementary Education
At least 1-5 years teaching experience.
Master’s in Education preferable.
About Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School
The mission of The Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School of the Nation’s Capital is to provide a strong foundation in Jewish and secular learning, laying the groundwork for our students to become knowledgeable, responsible Jews and citizens, deeply committed to the community at large, to Jewish living and values, and to the people and state of Israel. Our school strives to create an environment filled with warmth, joy, and intellectual excitement that celebrates the unique qualities of each student, respects varied approaches to Judaism, fosters a strong sense of ethics and of self, embraces diversity, and builds a community of lifelong learners.
The Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School of the Nation’s Capital is an independent, pluralistic Jewish day school that offers a dual curriculum of General and Judaic studies for students in Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 8. The school is coeducational, and welcomes students from the entire spectrum of Jewish observance, both affiliated and non-affiliated. Upon completion of our program, students are well-prepared for further study at area public, private or Jewish day schools